1) Hardness: 180-240HB
2) Long service life
3) 100% crucial dimension inspection
4) 100% qualification
5) Low noise
Standard for casting is G3000. Standard for machining is SAE-J431.
We use AIMCO# and OEM# and right now we have more than 1, 900 items that can be supplied to the aftermarket
- Q:My motorcycles brakes is broken.What should I do?
- Fix it by self or go to the repair shop
- Q:Are motorcycles with less than 250cc allowed on NJ highways? Can a 110cc motorcycle drive on an interstate highway? intrastate highway?
- yeah if they can handle the highway speeds, but idkit might be too light to go on there.i know 250cc cruisers arent recommend to go into highways
- Q:So I have been looking for a motorcycle for a long time. I found one on Craigslist for $ 300 . It‘s a 1980 Suzuki gs250t, everything works and it runs it just needs a new brake master cylinder, and the carbs need to be rebuilt is it a good deal? How hard is it to rebuild carbs?
- Contact a dealer and see if you can get a kit. Yes, it is pretty easy. The float could be bad too. The seams break and they can fill with gas.
- Q:I know how to bleed brakes, but is their a good way to fill brand new brake lines? Thanks!
- No need to buy any tools. Better with two people,one topping up the reservour with fluid and one squeezing the break leaver. First pump until you feel some resistance then slow down until you see the fluid running out of your callipers without any air bubbles in. Must make sure that the nipple you have loosened is not too loose but not so tight that the resistance is too great. Do each calliper seperately and you may need to go back to the first one again. Don't forget the rear one either. Seperate line but the same process. One warning Break fluid is highly corrosive so don't spill any on your paint work!!!
- Q:does anyone know what is being checked while getting a safety on a motorcycle in ontario or anywhere in generelplease be specific lights , reflectors ,frame etc. thanks alot
- Q:Hi, I need help with anyone who perhaps can tell me if whatever I am doing is wrong or not.I have a motorcycle, it‘s front wheel left hand side disc brake(rotor) is bent, right hand side is good so it would be a silly thing to go ahead and replace both disc brakes - left and right sides. Now, would it be wise to get a NEW BETTER left hand disc brake/brake pads to go with my ‘LESS NEW‘, SLIGHTLY MORE WORN right hand disc brake/pads?Will this cause any instability? Warping or brake discs? etc.? ANY knowledge is helpful and welcome. Thanks,
- on a car it would cause problems, but on a bike with a 6inch wide axle it would make no difference. I would however fit the same type ie a new genuine part to go with a genuine old part. Brake discs are often cheaper from genuine parts over EBC or similar.
- Q:Hi,I am going to take the NYS test for my motorcycle license soon. I have my driver's license, and I want to be able to drive a motorcycle. I know I can pass the written portion, but how hard is the actual road test? Can I just take a Motorcycle Safety Course (I heard they are like 2 days for $200) and get my license with the certificate and present it to the NYS DMV? If I can't, how hard is the road test? Anyone who has taken it, please tell me some maneuvers they make you do, and what parts of my driving should I practice most on?Thanks,Bob
- I just took my buddy for the NYS road test. A couple right and left turns around two blocks, a pair of figure-eights, that that was it for him. Some things the examiners look out for, and you need to be doing routinely to ride safely: signal 100 feet before the corner. Don't stop in the crosswalk. No California stops. Make a complete stop before taking your right foot off the brake. Look, look, look and look over your shoulder before making a turn, changing lanes, pulling out from the curb, or pulling over to the curb. Don't just rely upon mirrors. They will also make sure your bike is registered, inspected, you have a valid permit, and that you are with licensed motorcycle operator. Not just a person licensed to drive a car. I took the MSF course and think it was fantastic for the safety aspects, and for having instructors that will coach out any bad riding behaviors on the riding range before they become habits. Just keep in mind that the certificate you receive does not equal experience. The MSF teaches you the basics, the fundamentals you need to ride safely and build experience upon. It's up to you to continue to practice and build your riding skills. I can't put enough emphasis on the fact that you only learn the basics. You need to put in road time to apply the skills and master them. If you go the MSF route, assuming you pass, it can take up to 8 weeks to receive your certificate. Until then, you are NOT road-licensed. You are still on a learner's permit. Once you get the cert, take that to the DMV and they will issue you a temporary license that will make you road-legal.
- Q:my 80cc engine is under 5 brake horsepower so i don‘t have to get it registered or get any insurance but i no i need a driver‘s license but i don‘t know if i need a motorcycle license but if you drive on the side of the road whats the need for a motorcycle license your suppose to drive on the road like every one else but it doesn‘t have any signal lights so i don‘t know if i use my hand to signal or what it‘s over 50cc so i need a driver‘s license if it‘s under 50cc you still need a driver‘s license maby i can get away with a driver‘s license i use pedals to start it so it‘s a bicycle with a helper motor so let me know if i need a motorcycle license
- its an extremely gray area you're in because of the fact 49cc is the max you may previously it desires to be registered or you prefer a bike license i think of, yet what makes it troublesome to tell is that it has pedals and is seen a moped or scooter, u could could desire to circulate to the dmv or refer to a dmv cop i assume
- Q:I want to buy a motorcycle and get my motorcycle license just as a car alternative. there are a few worries that are preventing me however:helmets: would I need to carry my helmet with me around everywhere I go? (do I need to wear motorcycle gear every time I go out and everywhere I go??)parking: would I need to chain it down in special bike parking?terrain limitations: I live on a fairly sloped hill, and i see mopeds on it all the time. would a motorbike have no problem?thank you for all your time and answers ! :D
- Helmets: Pretty much, unless you decide to not wear one. Anyone under 18 is required to wear a helmet. Gear: Doesn't really matter, what would you be carrying? Parking: Depends on the motorcycle, and the safeness of the neighborhood. Terrain: If a faggio can do it, a motorcycle can do it five times better :)
- Q:are motorclycle licences different than a car licens
- Depends on your states laws, but in many states if you try for your motorcycle license you will also have to take a driving test consisting of acceleration, braking, abiding road laws etc. Just as you did when you got your car license, they will make you do everything you did and then some including accelerating to 25mph and locking up front and rear brakes in a controlled skid.
1. Manufacturer Overview
|Annual Output Value
2. Manufacturer Certificates
|a) Certification Name
3. Manufacturer Capability
|No.of Employees in Trade Department
|No. of Production Lines
|Product Price Range